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I have heaps of white space in my excel data. I tried the Trim Function but no good... can anyone help? Thanks

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Try something along the lines of:

=SUBSTITUTE(A1,CHAR(10),"")

to remove line breaks from the text in cell A1. CHAR(10) represents the line break.

Or to convert line breaks to spaces, you can use:

=TRIM(SUBSTITUTE(A1,CHAR(10)," "))

The TRIM function in this case helps to reduce multiple line breaks to a single space.

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Thanks... I tried that way but got stuck...I ended up using the Clean function, then the Trim function. It all seemed to be ok now.Thank you for your response – David Jan 24 '12 at 5:25

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